Crypto Youtuber Says WikiLeaks’ Julian Assange is Forcing the Bitcoin Price to Drop
Did Julian Assange Selling 4,000 BTC Create the Bitcoin Price Drop?
Users on the major social media platform YouTube have made allegations against the founder of WikiLeaks, Julian Assange. According to YT users, the former Australian National is responsible for orchestrating the Bitcoin price drop in recent days.
Assange was recently arrested in Ecuador following the government’s decision to remove his asylum. Scotland Yard detained the conspiracy theorist after negotiations in Ecuador’s London-based embassy. The WikiLeaks founder was accused of performing international violations against customary laws that must be respected. Following the arrest, other allegations were made against him by YouTubers who claim Julian is responsible for much of the BTC price drops that have recently occurred.
Conspiracy theorists at WikiLeaks have their own beliefs on why they think Assange was recently arrested. According to sources at the website, Ecuador has performed several actions of espionage against Assange. Some of these supposed acts include: spying on his legal medical visits, stealing legal notes while his court hearings were performed, working behind scenes with the US government, and attempting to extort at least three million Euros from the creator of WikiLeaks.
Julian supposedly sold off at least four thousand Bitcoin tokens in the last couple days, on various exchanges, worth roughly $20 million dollars. The coins are said to have been stored on WikiLeaks private wallet and were slowly sold off with the final ones being relieved to buyers yesterday on March 11th.
The two accusers, ‘That Martini Guy’ and ‘Mr. Kristof’ are the two popular YouTube stars to bring up the allegations. Be sure to watch Mr. Kristof video first and then That Martini Guy's next to get a sense of their conclusion.
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